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T-Mobile Reports Second Quarter Numbers

There aren’t many ways for us to sugar coat the most important aspects of these second quarter numbers from T-Mobile so we’ll just come out and say it, there are some good aspects and some bad ones. Total customers declined last by 93,000 in the second quarter, compared to 77,000 net customer losses in the first quarter of this year. We have to express some surprise here considering we saw T-Mobile have their best sales … [read full article]

HTC Glacier=Project Emerald?

According to some recently uncovered GLBenchmark Pro 1.1 charts,  results show a new handset dubbed the HTC Glacier, which is rumored is be T-Mobile’s infamous Project Emerald. The benchmark results which are very impressive, show that this HTC Glacier handset definitely packs a huge punch and according to AlienBabelTech, who found the entry, believe the handset houses a dual-core processor. You may recall, a while back, there had been rumors of a dual-core … [read full article]

myTouch Slide Software Update Coming Tomorrow?

We received word late last night that the myTouch Slide will be receiving a maintenance update starting August 4th and running through August 19th. The usual set of bug fixes is expected here (battery life, software feature updates etc…) but unfortunately this has no relation to an expected Froyo 2.2 update sometime down the road. I guess some fixes are better than no fixes so Slide customers sit back receive that update. “Beginning August … [read full article]

Samsung Officially Says Vibrant GPS Fix On The Way

This isn’t the first time we’ve discussed the Vibrant GPS issue and while a temporary fix helped a large number of users, Samsung certainly needs to make good on this and bring out an update soon. Well thanks in part to an Engadget report earlier today regarding the GPS issue currently plaguing users on the Samsung Vibrant (and Captivate) Samsung has (finally) released a brief statement: “Samsung Mobile is aware that under certain … [read full article]

T-Mobile Working To Replace Your Credit Card With Your Phone

So on these slow news day we’ll just have to talk about something that doesn’t involve the latest smartphone heading to T-Mobile. That doesn’t mean the news can’t be as big, just not nearly as exciting. This morning Bloomberg reported that T-Mobile, along with Verizon and AT&T are looking to replace your credit cards. Well not replace the cards, but at least replace them physically as your smartphone would be used as a payment system. … [read full article]

Garminfone Gets Another Price-Cut, Now Only $99.99

After reducing the original Garminfone pricing from $199.99 to $129.99 with a 2-year agreement, Magenta has decided to do yet another price cut on the handset, this time for existing customers only. Qualifying existing customers can now pick up a Garminfone for only $99.99 after rebate with a 2-year contract. Honestly, I think this is a more suitable price for the handset and will hopefully drive more sales. Anyone thinking about purchasing one, now … [read full article]

BlackBerry Bold 9780 Has T-Mobile Launch Screen?

Update: And just moments after we posted the video…its been removed for TOS from YouTube. Suffice to say and you’ll just have to go on my word here, based on the launch screen in the first few seconds of the video, we believe this device will end up on T-Mobile in the near future. Update 2: The guys over at BBLeaks have re-uploaded the BlackBerry Bold 9780 video! Check it out above! … [read full article]

T-Mobile Awarded JD Power Top Honors, Again

T-Mobile has once again found itself on top of the mountain in the JD power world. T-Mobile just released a press announcement showing off their top rank in the J.D. Power Retail Sales Satisfaction Study: T-Mobile USA, Inc. continues to earn accolades for its dedication to providing customers with superior service. J.D. Power and Associates today announced that T-Mobile was the sole wireless carrier to earn the highest ranking in their 2010 … [read full article]